This pub has had a makeover the past year and looks great- green grass out the back, shade under the local river gums and bloody cold beer too. After relaxing here for an hour divulging in some hot chips we decided to head further north for 60km towards Bourke. Our camp for the night would be a newly opened camp area right on the banks of the Darling River called Yanda Station. A very small sign pointed us to the camp, some 1 km off the main road. This was nice….. pit toilets, plenty of firewood, a short stroll to the river- it was bliss.
We were originally going to camp at nearby Gundabooka another NPWS spot, but were told about this very new one- pleased we did as it was beautiful. We had galahs in the trees, there were pelicans on the river as well as a few emus walking on the outskirts of the camp. Sunset was spot on down beside the river, and even though it was low the water still was moving at walking pace. We did actually spot several wild pigs drinking some 100 metres away down beside the water. Minimal flies, beautiful night and another great spot- I will def be coming back here !!